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Cream Cheese Butter Mints

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Rating: 5/5 5 stars
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ready in: under 30 minutes
serves/makes:   10
  

recipe id: 2631

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ingredients

3 ounces cream cheese, softened
2 teaspoons butter flavoring
1/8 teaspoon oil of peppermint
16 ounces powdered sugar
yellow paste food coloring

directions

Combine cream cheese, butter flavoring, oil of peppermint and powdered sugar; beat at low speed until blended.

Add a small amount of food coloring and mix until blended.

Press mixture into mint molds.

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b dog

COMMENT:
havent made this yet. i plan on it though. don't understand something...after mixing the ingredients do you just let the mints sit and dry/set up or do you put them in the oven,or what? how long are the mints god for after they are made ? I am realy been craving fraft butter mints for like 5 years but, they are no where to be found so i will make my own... thanks


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REVIEW: recipe rating
While this candy had a wonderful flavor, exactly like the old Kraft butter mints, I, being a novice candy maker, mistakenly assumed that 1 lb. of powdered sugar meant 16 oz., or 2 cups. I was definitely wrong. For any future cooks who want to make this, I found a conversion chart that tells me that 3 and 1/2 cups of powdered sugar is equal to 1 pound. Now, I have lots of ooey, gooey good tasting blobs sitting on my table! I will attempt to scrape it all up into a bowl and ad another cup and 1/2 of sugar to it and try to re-form the mints. The taste is very good though and I love the blend of the oil of peppermint and the butter flavor. Thanks for the tasty treat recipe! I'll give it another shot and update my review then.